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Study in Europe with CIVIS Blended Intensive Programmes

Apply to CIVIS BIPs (Blended Intensive Programmes) by November 30 and study in Europe

Apply to CIVIS BIPs (Blended Intensive Programmes) by November 30 and study in Europe

BIP courses are new training opportunities within the Erasmus + 2021-2027 programme, including online lessons and five days of mobility in one of the partner universities.

Choose the BIP most suitable for you from the CIVIS offer.


Multicultural and multilingual mediation: Second or/and foreign language acquisition on the example of the German language

Technical innovations: applications to immuno-oncology

Molecular scale biophysics

Refugees, migrants and exiles in German and comparative literature

Experimental models in molecular biomedicine

Refugee legacies in museums and heritage sites

French travellers in Mediterranean lands

Rights and democracy: multilevel protection of fundamental rights and the role of constitutional and European courts

The heritage of money and coinage: a cross-cultural perspective

Roman mobilities: movement of people, animals, objects and ideas in the ancient Roman world

Religion and power in the Eastern Mediterranean in Late Antiquity and Early Middle Ages

Undergraduate research on the sustainability of the Danube Delta

Languages in Europe and their diachronies

Participatory tools for urban nature planning and management

In/transitive modernities: dis/continuity and cultural transformation

Circular economy in cities and territories (making visible the invisible)

European Renaissance

Care, agency, repair, engagement in alternative modern(c)ities (Care)


CIVIS mobility programmes are free of charge and open to all students enrolled at alliance universities. Mobility is funded by an Erasmus grant that provides travel reimbursement (with a bonus for sustainable travel) and a daily allowance for the stay.


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